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NC'S ROOM TO GROW
DRAGGING THE VIKINGS. Nash Central's Naszae Morallis (with ball) carries two Tarboro defenders during last Friday's season-opening football showdown at The Dawg Pound on the NCHS campus.
NC'S ROOM TO GROW

ROCKY MOUNT - Nobody doubted that Nash Central would burst on to the field with plenty of energy and momentum before last Friday's season-opening football contest against traditional powerhouse Tarboro.
After all, Central has high hopes for the season with 17 returning starters to go with new coach Chris Lee.
The Bulldogs have been working hard, determined to erase their two-year winless streak.

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Southern Stymies Chargers
GREAT START. Head Coach Brian Foster saw his Southern Nash Firebirds kick off the 2015 high school football season last Friday with an impressive road decision against non-conference opponent Pittsboro Northwood.
Southern Stymies Chargers

PITTSBORO -- Southern Nash flashed its wealth of skill position options early and often during last Friday's football regular season opener at Northwood.
The Firebirds scored 36 points in the first half alone and went on to stop the Chargers by a 43-28 score.
All of Northwood's points came in the fourth period as SNHS coach Brian Foster used a liberal substitution pattern.
Senior quarterback Zack Foster kicked off the campaign in style, going 12-of-17 for 193 yards and two touchdowns.

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Bulldogs gets past Cougars
Bulldogs gets past Cougars

ROCKY MOUNT -- Nash Central High School claimed a 9-0 victory over SouthWest Edgecombe in girls prep tennis action last week.
Results from the event were as follows:
• No. 1 Singles -- Kaley Sharpe (Nash Central) def. Karlie Bradwell 6-1, 6-1
• No. 2 Singles -- Hannah Whitehead (Nash Central) def. Gayla Toney 6-1, 6-2

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Mudcats fall to the Rocks
Mudcats fall to the Rocks

ZEBULON -- Yean Carlos Gil struck out six over seven scoreless, Dustin Peterson was 4-for-4 with two RBI and Jose Briceno was 2-for-4 with a home run as the Carolina Mudcats snapped a three-game losing streak with a 7-0 win versus Wilmington on Monday night at Five County Stadium in a Class A Carolina League baseball contest.
The Mudcats (65-61, 31-26) rewarded Gil's outstanding performance with a run in the third and a six-run outburst in the seventh while running away with the home win.

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2015 ENCFL SCHEDULE

NASH COUNTY -- Listed in the Eastern North Carolina Football League schedule for the 2015 season:

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NC Wesleyan ranked in polls

FAYETTEVILLE -- The USA South Athletic Conference has released its 2015 fall preseason coaches polls for soccer, volleyball and cross country.
North Carolina Wesleyan College's men's and women's soccer teams earned 3rd- and 5th-place billings, respectively, with each squad receiving one 1st-place vote.
Volleyball was given a 6th-place billing in the league's North Division, while cross country was picked 9th overall.

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COUNTY LINE RACE STATS

ELM CITY -- Here are the final results from last Saturday night's racing schedule at County Line Raceway:

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Knights off to a solid start

RED OAK -- Northern Nash enjoyed a start beginning to the prep volleyball season last week.
The Lady Knights sandwiched a loss to Bunn between victories over Tarboro and SouthWest Edgecombe.
"We are young, but I am expecting us to be competitive,'' said NN veteran head coach Patricia Haggerty. "We are kind of young, and we are still finding out who will be our go-to people. We are still kind of experimenting.''

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Fall sports offered by NCPR

NASH COUNTY -- The Nash County Parks and Recreation Department is currently hosting registration for its Fall Ball Seasons.
Offerings will be held in baseball, softball, T-Ball and soccer.
Registration will be available through Aug. 31.

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HE'S NUMBER ONE
HE'S NUMBER ONE

Nash Central High School back Terrell Graham surges past a pair of Tarboro defenders during last Friday night's season-opening football contest at The Dawg Pound on the NCHS campus. The Bulldogs will be at Smithfield-Selma this Friday.

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THE MIDDLE MAN
THE MIDDLE MAN

Nash Central fullback Myles Lane (with ball) surges up the middle of the field during last Friday's home setback versus Tarboro.

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